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Essay | Reverend Hale and His Influence in "The Crucible"

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Reverend Hale and His Influence in "The Crucible"

Summary: Many characters in The Crucible are dynamic and with most characters the reader is led to feel pity for them. Hale was one of the most dynamic and pitiful characters in "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
Hale went to Salem with his authority in witchcraft and his strong belief in the authority of the church hoping to rid the community of witches. The invitation that Hale got was his ticket to use finally what he had experienced and learned. Thus, became Hale was overly excited and premature in many of the decisions he made on behalf of the church and court. Hale expertise was taking advantage of by the court also. The court would send him to people's homes to question them as a formality. Mr. Hale was forced to be deceived by many young children who had earned the court's trust. In general Mr. Hale after being deceived, taken advantage of, and being premature, led to his belief that the law that he had stood for is not always right or moral.

Mr. Hale arrived in Salem...

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